Ukraine Rejects Vote Ukraine's Parliament votes to declare the country's disputed presidential election null and void. The move boosts supporters of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko, who claim the government rigged election results to support incumbent Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych. NPR's Emily Harris reports
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Ukraine Parliament Calls Election Invalid

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Ukraine Parliament Calls Election Invalid

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Ukraine's Parliament votes to declare the country's disputed presidential election null and void. The move boosts supporters of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko, who claim the government rigged election results to support incumbent Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych. NPR's Emily Harris reports

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